Marquette Women's Basketball vs. Connecticut (Photos by Maggie Casey)
Photos by Maggie Casey
Photos by Maggie Casey
Marquette Women's Basketball vs. Manhattan Photos by Maggie Casey
Marquette Women's Basketball vs. Gonzaga Photos by Maggie Casey
Redshirted out the 2005-06 season due to medical reasons.
Started the first 12 games for the Golden Eagles before assuming the sixth-man role for much of the season...Averaged 9.2 points over the final five contests of the year...Earned her first collegiate start versus Wis.- Milwaukee (Nov. 20), scoring nine points while tallying four boards and four steals...Had seven points, six rebounds, and three steals against IUPUI (Nov. 21)...Shot 4-for-6 from the floor, scoring 11 points to go along with nine a career-high nine rebounds at Drake (Nov. 26)...Poured in a career-high 16 points on 8-of-13 shooting and tallied a career-best five steals versus Wisconsin (Dec. 1)...Scored six points and grabbed six rebounds at Wis.-Green Bay (Dec. 4)...At Iowa (Dec. 8), scored nine points to go along with four rebounds and three steals...Contributed seven points, seven boards, and four steals at Rhode Island (Dec. 11)...Had seven rebounds and three steals versus Notre Dame (Dec. 19)...Registered 12 points at home against St. Bonaventure (Dec. 21)...Chipped in with 10 points versus Mississippi (Dec. 28)...Tallied six points at San Diego (Dec. 30)...Scored seven points and grabbed seven boards against East Carolina (Jan. 16)...At Tulane (Jan. 23), had eight points and five rebounds...Was a perfecr 3-for-3, scoring six points at Cincinnati (Feb. 5)...Grabbed eight rebounds at Memphis (Feb. 18)...Tallied nine points, eight rebounds, and three steals at St. Louis (Feb. 20)...Was 5-for-6 from the field, scoring 13 points at DePaul (Feb. 27)...Opened play in the Conference USA tournament with eight points, four boards and four steals against UAB (Mar. 3)...Had eight points, while tying her career-high in rebounding with nine, against Louisville (Mar. 4)...Registered eight points, six assists and four steals against Nebraska in the WNIT.
Grabbed four rebounds and made two steals vs. Oakland (Nov. 29)...Scored seven points and notched three steals versus Wagner (Dec. 7)...Had seven rebounds against Va. Commonwealth (Dec. 14)...Contributed six points and pulled down five rebounds at St. Bonaventure (Dec. 18)...Had five rebounds against Dayton (Dec. 29)...In the inaugural game at the Al McGuire Center, tallied eight points and a career-best six steals against Columbia (Jan. 4)...Was 3-for-5, scoring seven points at home against Cincinnati (Jan. 9)...Contributed five rebounds off the bench at South Florida (Jan. 16)...Made five steals versus St. Louis (Feb. 15)...Scored six points, grabbed four rebounds and made three steals at Houston (Feb. 22)...Pulled down eight rebounds versus Tulane (Mar. 4) in the Conference USA tournament opener...Had five rebounds vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 21) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Saw time in 22 of MU's 30 games...Averaged 4.3 minutes of play per outing, including a season-high 13 at DePaul...Scored five points against TCU (Jan. 31)...Added a season-high six points against East Carolina (Feb. 14).
Prior to Marquette
Led Douglass H.S. to a 13-8 record and an appearance in the Oklahoma state championship tournament...Averaged 19.3 points per game, while connecting on 51.0% of her shots from the field...Also averaged 9.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game...Was named City Conference Player of the Year and was a first team All-Big City selection...Also an Oklahoma All-State honoree...As a junior, contributed 17.0 points and 11.9 rebounds per contest...Four year letterwinner in volleyball and captained the squad as a senior...Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Science Club and was president of the Drama Club.
Osagie was born September 6, 1983 in Oklahoma City...Parents are Twilla and Emmanuel...Has three sisters - Emma, Itothan, and Elika - as well as two nieces and a nephew...Is a public relations major.
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